Journal article

The phantom collapse of student achievement in New York

2014

By: John Cronin, Nate Jensen


Abstract

When New York state released the first results of the exams under the Common Core State Standards, many wrongly believed that the results showed dramatic declines in student achievement. A closer look at the results showed that student achievement may have increased. Another lesson from the exams is that states need to closely coordinate new data with existing data when they switch to different measuring instruments.

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